All about Madame Lubatti, a lasting legacy
Madame Lubatti was an inspirational lady, from the late 1920's she established herself as the skincare expert of her time. Anyone who was anyone went along to her stylish London apartment for her facials and treatments and her impressive client list included society ladies, English royalty and Hollywood stars such as Ava Gardner and Vivien Leigh.
She was a forerunner in skincare - a homeopath by trade, she travelled to the Far East and settled in Hong Kong, where she studied the benefits of fruits, plants and flowers. It was here she developed her main passion which was skincare. She returned to London, married an Italian Count and started her skincare business, producing products from her own receipes for her clients. Word quickly spread of the wonders of her and her products and her business took off.
Eileen Malone went to see Madame Lubatti as a client; Madame took one look at Eileen Malone’s hands and hired her on the spot and thus a piece of history was made. Eileen worked directly with Madame Lubatti and trained under her guidance until Madame sadly passed away in the early 1970s.
Madame Lubatti not only developed and hand-mixed creams and lotions for her clients, but used these creams during her facial massage treatments, an art that was passed down to Eileen Malone and then to Tracey Malone.
Madame Lubatti, herself was a terribly striking lady, incredibly glamorous,. She was always dressed in designer black with a slash of bright red lipstick.
Madame Lubatti’s legacy now lives on through the new Lubatti Collection. Using the exclusive and secret recipes inspired and developed by Madame Lubatti, the Collection is a true representation of the original products, and a celebration of Madame Lubatti and everything she stood for in that iconic age of beauty.